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Tickets on sale for return of F1 Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai

Tickets on sale for return of F1 Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai
January 25, 2024

Returning to the Formula 1 program for the first time in four years, tickets are now on sale for the Chinese Grand Prix at the Shanghai International Circuit.

Running from 19th to 21st April, this year’s race will mark 20 years since China hosted its first F1 race in 2004 and will have added significance for the sport’s development in China with the country’s first full-time driver and Shanghai native Zhou Guanyu set to take part.

Tickets are priced between 290 RMB (US$40) and 3880 RMB (US$545), with a range of options available, including single-day and three-day passes, to suit audience preferences.

Interested spectators can acquire tickets through the official app or WeChat/Alipay mini-programs of the official seller Shanghai Juss Sports.

Juss Sports has also introduced an English ticketing platform for sales while also integrated ticket sales into the City News Service platform.

The recently unveiled English ticketing channel is now accessible on the City News Service's WeChat mini-program, enabling users to find and purchase tickets through ‘JUSS SPORTS’.

In a groundbreaking move, the Chinese Grand Prix in Formula One is set to feature a sprint race for the first time this year.

This exciting development means that, beyond the usual free practice sessions, spectators can anticipate thrilling showdowns each day throughout the three-day event.

The 2024 F1 roster will feature a total of six sprints, with the Shanghai races joining Miami (Florida, USA), Spielberg (Austria), Austin (Texas, USA), São Paulo (Brazil) and Lusail (Qatar).

Images: Action from the 2019 Chinese GP (top, credit: Shutterstock/Ev. Safronov) and grandstand divisions for the 2024 Chinese Grand Prix (below, credit: Weibo/@F1中国大奖赛).

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